2014 Fed 100

Federal 100: Angela Moore

Name: Angela Moore
Title: Common Control Team Lead
Agency: Department of Homeland Security

Consolidating security controls. In 2013, Moore was responsible for implementing the framework for information security controls throughout DHS. She turned the National Institute of Standards and Technology's guidance on risk management into a practical, holistic approach to synthesizing the controls between support systems and major applications. Her work focused on clearly defining the security controls, ensuring that corrective actions were taken and conducting independent testing to streamline the adoption process. Along the way, she has transformed DHS' approach to security controls and positioned the department to make better use of secure cloud-based technology.

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